Air Cargo Management

Amerijet lands first flight to Mexico’s Felipe Ángeles Airport

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Amerijet International Airlines’ first flight to Mexico’s Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU) touched down on August 6, 2023. The flight took off from the all-cargo airline’s primary hub Miami International Airport (MIA).

It follows Amerijet’s decision to permanently shift operations from Mexico City International Airport (MEX) to NLU.

The move was in compliance with a decree issued by the Mexican government mandating all-cargo airlines to relocate from MEX to NLU.

Amerijet now provides a weekly freighter connection to and from NLU which is located approximately 45km from Mexico City in Santa Lucia, Mexico.

The airport has a dedicated cargo terminal, and the Mexican government anticipates that it will facilitate expansion opportunities.

Amerijet has stated that some customers may require transportation service to and from NLU so the airline is now offering bonded trucking services that connect NLU to MEX, Querétaro Intercontinental Airport (QRO), Monterrey International Airport (MTY), and Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International Airport (GDL).

With more than 30 years of service to Mexico, Amerijet has provided safe and reliable services for various industries, including automotive, pharmaceutical, aerospace, and perishables.

Amerijet offers connections using its own freighter fleet of B767 and B757 aircraft to the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, and the Americas.

The all-cargo airline states it remains committed to delivering best-in-class services to provide its customers with scheduled and charter flights.

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